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Reportage International
Chili: une pénurie d'eau de plus en plus critique dans les zones rurales

Reportage International

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 2:38


Confrontés à une baisse des précipitations depuis plus de dix ans, plusieurs communes en zones rurales font face à d'importantes pénuries d'eau avec des rationnements. Ce scénario pourrait bientôt toucher la capitale Santiago et ses 8 millions d'habitants. Le réchauffement climatique est pointé du doigt, mais pas seulement.  De notre correspondante à Santiago, À Petorca, une commune dans le centre du Chili, la rivière qui traverse la vallée est complètement sèche. Margarita Guerrero et sa famille vivent tout près du village et ils n'ont plus d'eau courante depuis plus de huit ans. « Ici il n'y a pas de puits, il n'y a rien. Avant, il y avait de l'eau qui coulait tout près, mais à cause de la sécheresse et de la mine qui est à côté, tout est sec maintenant, se désole-t-elle. Alors les autorités nous envoient des camions-citernes. Nous avons à peu près 100 litres d'eau par jour par personne, mais ce n'est vraiment pas beaucoup. » Pour ne pas perdre une goutte, Margarita réutilise toutes les eaux usées de la maison. « Quand je fais la vaisselle, j'ai un tuyau d'arrosage qui va jusqu'aux plantes. Je fais la même chose pour l'eau de la machine à laver et pour le lavabo de la salle de bain. Rien ne doit se perdre ! » Une privatisation de l'eau par la Constitution chilienne Depuis plus de 10 ans, le Chili est frappé par une forte sécheresse qui ne permet pas aux nappes phréatiques de se régénérer. Mais pour Nicolas Quiroz, membre du mouvement pour la récupération de l'Eau et des Territoires, les problèmes d'accès et de distribution de l'eau au Chili sont principalement dus au système néolibéral garanti par l'actuelle Constitution, écrite sous la dictature : « La Constitution de 1980 privatise l'eau et la convertit en une marchandise qui peut s'accaparer, s'acheter, se louer, se vendre. Il y a donc un marché de l'eau. » Et selon lui, ce système de privatisation de l'eau crée de profondes inégalités. « Les grands gagnants sont ceux qui possèdent le pouvoir économique et peuvent acheter des droits sur l'eau et creuser des puits, poursuit Nicolas Quiroz. C'est donc l'agro-industrie, le secteur minier, les grands projets de barrage… Ce sont eux qui se sont accaparés l'eau de Petorca car ils sont propriétaires de la majorité des droits sur l'eau en surface et sous terre ». Un manque de responsabilité politique Maria Fragkou, directrice du département de géographie de l'université du Chili, est quant à elle très critique vis-à-vis du discours qui fait de la sécheresse un phénomène presque normal dans le pays. « La vision qui domine est de dire que la sécheresse est responsable de la pénurie d'eau. On ne se demande pas pourquoi il n'y a plus d'eau, ou qui en consomme le plus. De cette façon, on masque la responsabilité des personnes, des institutions, des lois, des cadres législatifs en ce qui concerne l'épuisement de l'eau. Donc il n'y a pas de responsabilité politique. » Dans la capitale, s'il ne pleut pas suffisamment dans les mois qui viennent, ce sont des milliers de personnes qui pourraient alors être affectées par des coupures et des rationnements d'eau.

The Holy Post
Episode 509: The War on Winsomeness & Interfaith Cooperation with Eboo Patel

The Holy Post

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 92:17


Despite the uproar over the leaked Supreme Court decision overturning Roe, it turns out 80 percent of Americans have a nuanced view of the issue. Phil, Skye, and Christian discuss responses to last week's show and ask why are we nuanced about some moral issues and absolutist about others. Then, conservative Christians are attacking Tim Keller for his winsome, non-partisan approach to Christianity. They say winsomeness may have worked in the past, but now the culture war is so dangerous that we need a more aggressive and offensive approach. Are they right? Skye interviews Eboo Patel, the founder and president of Interfaith America, about his new book “We Need to Build: Field Notes for Diverse Democracy.” Patel, a Muslim-American, talks about the transformative role Christianity had on his calling, why interfaith cooperation is essential, and what concerns him about the current culture of activism in America. Plus, scientists discover the Mariah Carey of jellyfish. “Christian Asks” Patreon Bonus: https://www.patreon.com/posts/66555715/ News Segment 0:00 - Intro and updates Christian's documentary - https://thegirlwhoworefreedom.com 3:29 - News of the Butt https://www.huffpost.com/entry/bloody-belly-comb-jelly-pooping_n_625e59f1e4b066ecde16f302 10:03 - Responses to last week's show 17:03 - Nuance versus absolutism 28:55 - Tim Keller and the war on winsomeness55:26 - Holy Post Patreon http://patreon.com/holypost Interview with Eboo Patel“We Need to Build: Field Notes for Diverse Democracy” - https://amzn.to/3MquyqO Interfaith America - https://www.interfaithamerica.org57:30 - Eboo Patel - intro 59:20 - Background and calling 1:14:13 - Culture of activism in America 1:26:45 - Interfaith cooperation1:31:49 - CreditsResources and articles mentioned in news segment: ProGrace: prograce.orgHoly Post Episode 254: Rethinking Our Response to Abortion with Angie Weszely - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLa-rjvjAtk“America's Abortion Quandry,” Pew Research Center - https://www.pewresearch.org/religion/2022/05/06/americas-abortion-quandary/“Why the Past 10 Years of American Life Have Been Uniquely Stupid” by Jonathan Haidt - https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2022/05/social-media-democracy-trust-babel/629369/Tim Keller Twitter thread - https://mobile.twitter.com/timkellernyc/status/1520107742110834699James Wood, “How I Evolved on Tim Keller” - https://www.firstthings.com/web-exclusives/2022/05/how-i-evolved-on-tim-kellerSamuel D. James, “Is it Time to Move Past Tim Keller?” - https://samueldjames.substack.com/p/is-it-time-to-move-past-tim-keller?s=rDavid French, “A Critique of Tim Keller Reveals the Moral Devolution of the New Christian Right” https://frenchpress.thedispatch.com/p/a-critique-of-tim-keller-reveals?s=rRod Dreher, “Tim Keller & Myxomatosis Christians” - https://www.theamericanconservative.com/dreher/tim-keller-david-french-myxomatosis-christians/ The Holy Post is supported by our listeners. We may earn affiliate commissions through links listed here. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases.

Straight Chilling: Horror Movie Review
#371 – The Sadness (2022)

Straight Chilling: Horror Movie Review

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 90:41


A young couple try to reunite amid a city ravaged by a plague that turns its victims into deranged, bloodthirsty sadists. On this week's episode… Join the crew as we discuss viral zombies, Taiwanese horror, and Rob Jabbaz' blood-soaked film, The Sadness (2022).   Show Notes: Housekeeping (3:24) Back of the Box/Recommendations (9:25) Spoiler Warning/Full Review (13:55) Rotten Tomatoes (64:10) Trivia (71:01) Cooter of the Week (74:22) Hotline Scream (80:10)   Connect with us: Support us on Patreon Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Shop

Dawson's Critique: A Dawson's Creek Podcast
Dawson's Critique Season 6, Episode 13—Rock Bottom

Dawson's Critique: A Dawson's Creek Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 143:40


Rock bottom indeed. This episode it so much. A bad remix of Pacey and Joey's great run in Home Movies, as well as a bad remake of Crossroads, and a bunch of new people we can't stand and no explanations about anything anyone is feeling. At least Seth Rogen is here, I guess? Oof. Join us for this deep dive into the 90s teen drama Dawson's Creek! Thank you so much to Killya for our amazing theme song. Find them on Instagram @gofreakingcrazy Thank you to @camadeclub for our social media awesomeness. Thank you also to Andrew Bush, who helped guide us on how to do this from our houses. Find Erin on Instagram at @erin.hensley Find Julia on Twitter and Instagram @Pesty1079

Property and Freedom Podcast
PFP127 | Ben O'Neill, “A Critique of the Anti-Discrimination Paradigm” (PFS 2014)

Property and Freedom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022


Property and Freedom Podcast, Episode 127. This lecture is from the 2014 meeting of the Property and Freedom Society: Ben O'Neill (Australia), A Critique of the Anti-Discrimination Paradigm. PFS 2014 Playlist.  

In The Ring With Eusebius McKaiser
Episode 93 - WHAT IF A PRO-BLACK ORGANISATION WANTED TO USE THE OLD SA FLAG TO CRITIQUE THE ANC?

In The Ring With Eusebius McKaiser

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 21:00


The law only allows three exceptions to the use of symbols of hate such as the old SA flag. These exceptions include the usage of the symbol for purposes of bona fide artistic ends, academic endeavour or journalism. The gratuitous display of the old SA flag, for these reasons, has been declared as constituting hate speech.AfriForum is hoping to persuade the supreme court of appeal that general free speech rights are impermissibly restricted by such a declaration. The Nelson Mandela Foundation as well the Human Rights Commission argued that AfriForum's view, in turn, took inadequate account of the rights of dignity and equality which constrain the free speech rights AfriForum are asserting. The SCA now has to adjudicate the matter. In this edition of In The Ring, advocate Ben Winks, who represented the NMF, joined me to discuss an aspect of the case that has been under the radar. What happens if a black person or a black-led and pro-black organisation used the old SA flag as part of their political speech rights such as, say, waving it publicly as a trenchant critique of the quality of the current ANC government? Would such usage also be deemed to be a celebration of white supremacy? Or ought we to distinguish such cases from the gratuitous display of the flag by right-wing organisations? How should the law handle this? Besides, such an instance would not be artistic, academic or journalistic? Should the law be expanded to include political usage of such symbols as another exemption from the hate speech laws? We did not arrive at clear conclusions but framed the inherent legal, political and ethical complexities these questions occasion.

The Kevin Sheehan Show
A critique of Washington's off-season plan

The Kevin Sheehan Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 20:51


Washington went for "win-now" players over long-term thinking with their draft picks and signed players they were comfortable with in free agency. Sam Monson from PFF joined Kevin to discuss why this was a mistake. 

The Rom Com Rewind Podcast
S3 E19: I Love You Beth Cooper

The Rom Com Rewind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 42:55


This week Sarah and Devin rewatch the 2009 romantic comedy I Love You Beth Cooper. Denis Cooverman, played by Paul Rust is his school's valedictorian. Denis is fairly nerdy, hasn't had a whole lot of FUN throughout his highschool experience and doesn't have many stories to share. But during his Valedictorian speech Denis takes the opportunity to say what he has ALWAYS wanted to say… I LOVE YOU BETH COOPER…  Along with pissing off many key students and people at this school, Denis confesses his love to Beth Cooper, played by Hayden Panettiere. This revelation in front of the school has a rippling impact that carries Denis on a wild adventure of a night he will never forget.  Check out the alternate ending here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7Kca6hARhE    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

New Books Network
Love as Critique

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 12:08


In this episode Saronik talks to Manasvin Rajagopalan about critical possibilities in varied literary ideations of love. Manasvin mentions Hannah Arendt's concept of love as destruction, the concepts of Puram and Akam in classical Tamil poetics, Moliere's comedies, Plato's Symposium, the Hebrew Bible, Sappho's poetry, the story of Shakuntala, and The Aeneid. Manasvin is a PhD candidate in Comparative Literature at UC Davis , where he writes about questions of identity and world building in Early Modern French and Tamil literature. Image: An eighteenth century representation of the Dhanasri Ragini held by The Art Institute of Chicago. Public domain artwork. Music used in promotional material: “The Flute in a Barrel” by Sandro Marinoni and Stefano Roncarolo. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

The Long and The Short Of It
190. Bad Reviews

The Long and The Short Of It

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 20:15


Speaking from personal experience, Jen and Pete noodle on how to find some levity and insight if you're on the receiving end of bad reviews.Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about:What might a person learn from a bad review of their work or performance?What strategies might one use to look at and interpret a bad review?When looking at your own work, what are the important questions to ask, that a bad review might not consider?To hear all Episodes and read full transcripts visit The Long and The Short Of It website: https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/.You can subscribe to our Box o' Goodies here (https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/) and receive a weekly email full of book and podcast recommendations, quotes, videos and other interesting things Jen and Pete are noodling on. To get in touch, send an email to: hello@thelongandtheshortpodcast.comLearn more about Pete's work here (https://humanperiscope.com/) and Jen's work here (https://jenwaldman.com/). 

High Theory
Love as Critique

High Theory

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 12:08


In this episode Saronik talks to Manasvin Rajagopalan about critical possibilities in varied literary ideations of love. Manasvin mentions Hannah Arendt's concept of love as destruction, the concepts of Puram and Akam in classical Tamil poetics, Moliere's comedies, Plato's Symposium, the Hebrew Bible, Sappho's poetry, the story of Shakuntala, and The Aeneid. Manasvin is a PhD candidate in Comparative Literature at UC Davis , where he writes about questions of identity and world building in Early Modern French and Tamil literature. Image: An eighteenth century representation of the Dhanasri Ragini held by The Art Institute of Chicago. Public domain artwork. Music used in promotional material: “The Flute in a Barrel” by Sandro Marinoni and Stefano Roncarolo. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Le Gratin par Pauline Laigneau
#187 - Augustin Trapenard, critique littéraire et journaliste culturel – « Le plus important c'est ce qu'on ne dit pas »

Le Gratin par Pauline Laigneau

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 61:24


Aujourd'hui j'ai le plaisir de recevoir Augustin Trapenard, journaliste culturel et critique littéraire français. Vous connaissez sans doute ses émissions phares : Boomerang sur France Inter, 21 centimètres sur Canal et depuis peu Plumard sur le média digital Brut.Si l'épisode vous a plu pensez à envoyer un petit mot à Augustin sur Instagram où il est très actif, je suis sûre qu'il en sera ravie.J'ai profité de la présence d'Augustin pour parler de son parcours bien sûr mais aussi pour lui demander une Masterclass géante sur l'art de poser des questions. J'estime qu'Augustin a un talent tout particulier dans le domaine et c'était pour moi l'occasion rêvée de progresser.Au-delà de ça on a parlé du pouvoir des livres pour nous faire changer, de son combat pour utiliser la culture comme un outil d'intégration avec l'ONG Bibliothèque sans frontières, de l'art d'écouter, de non-dit, ou encore de comment se construire quand on est différent.Bref, un épisode dense, profond, mais émaillé de plusieurs fous rires assez irrésistibles tant Augustin a un humour décapant.Mais je ne vous en dis pas plus et laisse place à ma conversation avec Augustin Trapenard.Notes de références de l'épisode :Pour retrouver Augustin :Sur InstagramSur le site de Bibliothèque sans frontièreSur BrutSur BoomerangSur PlumardLivres cités par Augustin :Les hauts de Hurle-Vent d'Emily BrönteFragment d'un discours amoureux de Roland Barthes Citation d'Antonio Gramsci : "Le vieux monde se meurt, le nouveau monde tarde à apparaître et dans ce clair-obscur surgissent les monstres."1. Faites vous coacher par moi !DEMIAN, un concentré de 10 ans d'expérience d'entrepreneur. Les formations DEMIAN vous apportent des outils et méthodes concrètes pour développer votre projet professionnel. Il s'agit d'un concentré maximal de valeur et d'expérience pour qu'en quelques heures vous gagniez l'équivalent d'années de travail. Découvrez DEMIAN !2. La NewsLa News du vendredi est une mini newsletter pour vous nourrir en plus du podcast. C'est une newsletter très courte, à lire en 5mn top chrono de ce qui m'a marqué dans les dernières semaines : livres à lire, réflexions, applis à télécharger, citations, films ou documentaires à voir etc. Pour la recevoir, il n'y a qu'à s'abonner à la newsletter sur mon site !3. Des conseils concrets sur ma chaîne YouTubeEnvie de lancer votre propre podcast ? De bénéficier de conseils sur quel matériel utiliser ? Ma nouvelle chaîne YouTube est faite pour vous !4.Contactez-moi ! Si le podcast vous plaît, le meilleur moyen de me le dire, ou de me faire vos feed-backs (et ce qui m'aide le plus à le faire connaître) c'est simplement de laisser un avis 5 étoiles ou un commentaire sur l'application iTunes. Ça m'aide vraiment, alors n'hésitez pas :)Pour me poser des questions ou suivre mes tribulations c'est par ici :Sur Instagram @paulinelaigneauSur LinkedIn @pauline laigneauSur YouTube Pauline LaigneauSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Coup Critique
L'APPEL DE CTHULHU - 7e Édition - Critique

Coup Critique

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 20:53


Pierre-Philippe explore la 7e édition du célèbre jeu de rôle L'Appel de Cthulhu publiée en français par EDGE Entertainment. Un jeu de rôle d'investigation où l'horreur cosmique est omniprésente. Pour en savoir plus : http://www.edgeent.fr/jeux/collection/lappel_de_cthulhu ------------------------------------------------------------------- Pour Adventure Dice : https://adventuredice.ca/ Utilisez le code COUPCRITIQUE pour 10% de rabais sur la boutique et livraison gratuite au Canada ------------------------------------------------------------------- Pour suivre Coup Critique : Site web : https://coupcritique.ca/ Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/coupcritiqueca Twitter : https://twitter.com/coupcritiqueca Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/coupcritique.ca Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/coupcritique Podcast : Spotify : https://open.spotify.com/show/7edeM6Cxa1Xrtam3v54B3G iTunes : https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/coup-critique/id1465650139 ------------------------------------------------------------------- Lien Affilié Amazon : https://amzn.to/2IlxUvB

Dostoevsky and Us
Is the Bible the Precondition for Truth? | Critique of Jordan Peterson

Dostoevsky and Us

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 10:37


The Bible is the precondition for the manifestation of truth—word salad or sound philosophy?In this video, we analyze Jordan Peterson's argument about the Bible being the manifestation of truth. We look at the strengths and potential weaknesses of his view, aiming find the most charitable way to understand this concept and also the potential downfalls of this argumentation. I hope you enjoy this video. --------------------------To check out more about my content feel free to go to my YouTube Channel Philosophy for All to access clips and extra discussions

Un dimanche de cinéma
Faut-il aller voir : On sourit pour la photo, The Northman, Les Folies Fermières, Nitram et tourner pour vivre ?

Un dimanche de cinéma

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 11:36


Chaque samedi, dans CLAP !, Laurie Cholewa donne la parole aux critiques, qui commentent les sorties de la semaine. Aujourd'hui, Victor Bonnefoy du Podcast Pardon le cinéma, et Franck Vallieres de Canal + débattent des films : On sourit pour la photo, The Northman, Les Folies Fermières, Nitram et tourner pour vivre.

The Fire These Times
109/ Pro-Palestine Activism, Anti-Authoritarianism and Democracy in the Arab World w/ Dana El-Kurd

The Fire These Times

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 101:32


This is a conversation with Dana El-Kurd, her second time on the podcast. We spoke about a paper that she wrote entitled "Gateway to dissent: the role of pro-Palestine activism in opposition to authoritarianism." We primarily spoke about the role of pro-Palestine activism in pro-democracy movements in the Arab world (with examples from Qatar, Lebanon, Egypt, Syria, Bahrain, the UAE and Saudi Arabia) and also about how pro-Palestine discourse is used to whitewash authoritarianism, especially in the West. Support: Patreon.com/firethesetimes Website: http://TheFireThisTi.Me Substack: https://thefirethesetimes.substack.com Twitter + Instagram @ firethesetimes Recommended Books: عزمي بشارة - المجتمع المدني Joyful Militancy: Building Thriving Resistance in Toxic Times (Anarchist Interventions) by Carla Bergman and Nick Montgomery Queer Palestine and the Empire of Critique by Sa'ed Atshan Contested Modernity: Sectarianism, Nationalism, and Colonialism in Bahrain by Omar Al-Shehabi

Evidence & Answers
Episode 928 – Dr. Fazale Rana's Critique of William Lane Craig's Book entitled, “In The Quest of Historical Adam” Pt 3

Evidence & Answers

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 26:09


Premier Christian philosopher, theologian and apologist William Lane Craig proposes that Adam was Homo heidelbergensis. Who is Homo Heidelbergensis? How did Dr. Craig come to this conclusion? Is his conclusion […]

New Books in Critical Theory
Mark Neocleous, "The Politics of Immunity: Security and the Policing of Bodies" (Verso, 2022)

New Books in Critical Theory

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 50:32


Our contemporary political condition is obsessed with immunity. The immunity of bodies and the body politic; personal immunity and herd immunity; how to immunize the social system against breakdown. The obsession intensifies with every new crisis and the mobilization of yet more powers of war and police, from quarantine to border closures and from vaccination certificates to immunological surveillance.  Engaging four key concepts with enormous cultural weight – Cell, Self, System and Sovereignty – The Politics of Immunity: Security and the Policing of Bodies (Verso, 2022) moves from philosophical biology to intellectual history and from critical theory to psychoanalysis to expose the politics underpinning the way immunity is imagined. At the heart of this imagination is the way security has come to dominate the whole realm of human experience. From biological cell to political subject, and from physiological system to the social body, immunity folds into security, just as security folds into immunity. The book thus opens into a critique of the violence of security and spells out immunity's tendency towards self-destruction and death: immunity, like security, can turn its aggression inwards, into the autoimmune disorder. Wide-ranging and polemical, this book lays down a major challenge to the ways in which the immunity of the self and the social are imagined. In this interview, I spoke with Mark Neocleous about his fascinating and wide-ranging book The Politics of Immunity. We also spent time discussing his previous work on security and police power, the personal context informing this work, and connections with the ongoing UK undercover policing controversy (discussed in my previous interview with the authors of Deep Deception). Content warning: between 43-45 minutes into the podcast, there is a brief discussion of suicide in the context of Mark's forthcoming work. Mark Neocleous is Professor of the Critique of Political Economy at Brunel University in London, and is well-known for his influential work on police power and security. His recent books include The Universal Adversary: Security, Capital and 'The Enemies of All Mankind' (2016); War Power, Police Power (2014); and the newly-reissued A Critical Theory of Police Power: The Fabrication of Social Order (2021).  Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London. She is currently researching the US Passport Office's role in governing Cold War travel, and broadly interested in questions of security, surveillance and mobility. She can be reached by email or on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/critical-theory

New Books in National Security
Mark Neocleous, "The Politics of Immunity: Security and the Policing of Bodies" (Verso, 2022)

New Books in National Security

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 50:32


Our contemporary political condition is obsessed with immunity. The immunity of bodies and the body politic; personal immunity and herd immunity; how to immunize the social system against breakdown. The obsession intensifies with every new crisis and the mobilization of yet more powers of war and police, from quarantine to border closures and from vaccination certificates to immunological surveillance.  Engaging four key concepts with enormous cultural weight – Cell, Self, System and Sovereignty – The Politics of Immunity: Security and the Policing of Bodies (Verso, 2022) moves from philosophical biology to intellectual history and from critical theory to psychoanalysis to expose the politics underpinning the way immunity is imagined. At the heart of this imagination is the way security has come to dominate the whole realm of human experience. From biological cell to political subject, and from physiological system to the social body, immunity folds into security, just as security folds into immunity. The book thus opens into a critique of the violence of security and spells out immunity's tendency towards self-destruction and death: immunity, like security, can turn its aggression inwards, into the autoimmune disorder. Wide-ranging and polemical, this book lays down a major challenge to the ways in which the immunity of the self and the social are imagined. In this interview, I spoke with Mark Neocleous about his fascinating and wide-ranging book The Politics of Immunity. We also spent time discussing his previous work on security and police power, the personal context informing this work, and connections with the ongoing UK undercover policing controversy (discussed in my previous interview with the authors of Deep Deception). Content warning: between 43-45 minutes into the podcast, there is a brief discussion of suicide in the context of Mark's forthcoming work. Mark Neocleous is Professor of the Critique of Political Economy at Brunel University in London, and is well-known for his influential work on police power and security. His recent books include The Universal Adversary: Security, Capital and 'The Enemies of All Mankind' (2016); War Power, Police Power (2014); and the newly-reissued A Critical Theory of Police Power: The Fabrication of Social Order (2021).  Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London. She is currently researching the US Passport Office's role in governing Cold War travel, and broadly interested in questions of security, surveillance and mobility. She can be reached by email or on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/national-security

New Books in Sociology
Mark Neocleous, "The Politics of Immunity: Security and the Policing of Bodies" (Verso, 2022)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 50:32


Our contemporary political condition is obsessed with immunity. The immunity of bodies and the body politic; personal immunity and herd immunity; how to immunize the social system against breakdown. The obsession intensifies with every new crisis and the mobilization of yet more powers of war and police, from quarantine to border closures and from vaccination certificates to immunological surveillance.  Engaging four key concepts with enormous cultural weight – Cell, Self, System and Sovereignty – The Politics of Immunity: Security and the Policing of Bodies (Verso, 2022) moves from philosophical biology to intellectual history and from critical theory to psychoanalysis to expose the politics underpinning the way immunity is imagined. At the heart of this imagination is the way security has come to dominate the whole realm of human experience. From biological cell to political subject, and from physiological system to the social body, immunity folds into security, just as security folds into immunity. The book thus opens into a critique of the violence of security and spells out immunity's tendency towards self-destruction and death: immunity, like security, can turn its aggression inwards, into the autoimmune disorder. Wide-ranging and polemical, this book lays down a major challenge to the ways in which the immunity of the self and the social are imagined. In this interview, I spoke with Mark Neocleous about his fascinating and wide-ranging book The Politics of Immunity. We also spent time discussing his previous work on security and police power, the personal context informing this work, and connections with the ongoing UK undercover policing controversy (discussed in my previous interview with the authors of Deep Deception). Content warning: between 43-45 minutes into the podcast, there is a brief discussion of suicide in the context of Mark's forthcoming work. Mark Neocleous is Professor of the Critique of Political Economy at Brunel University in London, and is well-known for his influential work on police power and security. His recent books include The Universal Adversary: Security, Capital and 'The Enemies of All Mankind' (2016); War Power, Police Power (2014); and the newly-reissued A Critical Theory of Police Power: The Fabrication of Social Order (2021).  Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London. She is currently researching the US Passport Office's role in governing Cold War travel, and broadly interested in questions of security, surveillance and mobility. She can be reached by email or on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

New Books in Psychoanalysis
Mark Neocleous, "The Politics of Immunity: Security and the Policing of Bodies" (Verso, 2022)

New Books in Psychoanalysis

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 50:32


Our contemporary political condition is obsessed with immunity. The immunity of bodies and the body politic; personal immunity and herd immunity; how to immunize the social system against breakdown. The obsession intensifies with every new crisis and the mobilization of yet more powers of war and police, from quarantine to border closures and from vaccination certificates to immunological surveillance.  Engaging four key concepts with enormous cultural weight – Cell, Self, System and Sovereignty – The Politics of Immunity: Security and the Policing of Bodies (Verso, 2022) moves from philosophical biology to intellectual history and from critical theory to psychoanalysis to expose the politics underpinning the way immunity is imagined. At the heart of this imagination is the way security has come to dominate the whole realm of human experience. From biological cell to political subject, and from physiological system to the social body, immunity folds into security, just as security folds into immunity. The book thus opens into a critique of the violence of security and spells out immunity's tendency towards self-destruction and death: immunity, like security, can turn its aggression inwards, into the autoimmune disorder. Wide-ranging and polemical, this book lays down a major challenge to the ways in which the immunity of the self and the social are imagined. In this interview, I spoke with Mark Neocleous about his fascinating and wide-ranging book The Politics of Immunity. We also spent time discussing his previous work on security and police power, the personal context informing this work, and connections with the ongoing UK undercover policing controversy (discussed in my previous interview with the authors of Deep Deception). Content warning: between 43-45 minutes into the podcast, there is a brief discussion of suicide in the context of Mark's forthcoming work. Mark Neocleous is Professor of the Critique of Political Economy at Brunel University in London, and is well-known for his influential work on police power and security. His recent books include The Universal Adversary: Security, Capital and 'The Enemies of All Mankind' (2016); War Power, Police Power (2014); and the newly-reissued A Critical Theory of Police Power: The Fabrication of Social Order (2021).  Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London. She is currently researching the US Passport Office's role in governing Cold War travel, and broadly interested in questions of security, surveillance and mobility. She can be reached by email or on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/psychoanalysis

New Books in Political Science
Mark Neocleous, "The Politics of Immunity: Security and the Policing of Bodies" (Verso, 2022)

New Books in Political Science

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 50:32


Our contemporary political condition is obsessed with immunity. The immunity of bodies and the body politic; personal immunity and herd immunity; how to immunize the social system against breakdown. The obsession intensifies with every new crisis and the mobilization of yet more powers of war and police, from quarantine to border closures and from vaccination certificates to immunological surveillance.  Engaging four key concepts with enormous cultural weight – Cell, Self, System and Sovereignty – The Politics of Immunity: Security and the Policing of Bodies (Verso, 2022) moves from philosophical biology to intellectual history and from critical theory to psychoanalysis to expose the politics underpinning the way immunity is imagined. At the heart of this imagination is the way security has come to dominate the whole realm of human experience. From biological cell to political subject, and from physiological system to the social body, immunity folds into security, just as security folds into immunity. The book thus opens into a critique of the violence of security and spells out immunity's tendency towards self-destruction and death: immunity, like security, can turn its aggression inwards, into the autoimmune disorder. Wide-ranging and polemical, this book lays down a major challenge to the ways in which the immunity of the self and the social are imagined. In this interview, I spoke with Mark Neocleous about his fascinating and wide-ranging book The Politics of Immunity. We also spent time discussing his previous work on security and police power, the personal context informing this work, and connections with the ongoing UK undercover policing controversy (discussed in my previous interview with the authors of Deep Deception). Content warning: between 43-45 minutes into the podcast, there is a brief discussion of suicide in the context of Mark's forthcoming work. Mark Neocleous is Professor of the Critique of Political Economy at Brunel University in London, and is well-known for his influential work on police power and security. His recent books include The Universal Adversary: Security, Capital and 'The Enemies of All Mankind' (2016); War Power, Police Power (2014); and the newly-reissued A Critical Theory of Police Power: The Fabrication of Social Order (2021).  Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London. She is currently researching the US Passport Office's role in governing Cold War travel, and broadly interested in questions of security, surveillance and mobility. She can be reached by email or on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

New Books Network
Mark Neocleous, "The Politics of Immunity: Security and the Policing of Bodies" (Verso, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 50:32


Our contemporary political condition is obsessed with immunity. The immunity of bodies and the body politic; personal immunity and herd immunity; how to immunize the social system against breakdown. The obsession intensifies with every new crisis and the mobilization of yet more powers of war and police, from quarantine to border closures and from vaccination certificates to immunological surveillance.  Engaging four key concepts with enormous cultural weight – Cell, Self, System and Sovereignty – The Politics of Immunity: Security and the Policing of Bodies (Verso, 2022) moves from philosophical biology to intellectual history and from critical theory to psychoanalysis to expose the politics underpinning the way immunity is imagined. At the heart of this imagination is the way security has come to dominate the whole realm of human experience. From biological cell to political subject, and from physiological system to the social body, immunity folds into security, just as security folds into immunity. The book thus opens into a critique of the violence of security and spells out immunity's tendency towards self-destruction and death: immunity, like security, can turn its aggression inwards, into the autoimmune disorder. Wide-ranging and polemical, this book lays down a major challenge to the ways in which the immunity of the self and the social are imagined. In this interview, I spoke with Mark Neocleous about his fascinating and wide-ranging book The Politics of Immunity. We also spent time discussing his previous work on security and police power, the personal context informing this work, and connections with the ongoing UK undercover policing controversy (discussed in my previous interview with the authors of Deep Deception). Content warning: between 43-45 minutes into the podcast, there is a brief discussion of suicide in the context of Mark's forthcoming work. Mark Neocleous is Professor of the Critique of Political Economy at Brunel University in London, and is well-known for his influential work on police power and security. His recent books include The Universal Adversary: Security, Capital and 'The Enemies of All Mankind' (2016); War Power, Police Power (2014); and the newly-reissued A Critical Theory of Police Power: The Fabrication of Social Order (2021).  Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London. She is currently researching the US Passport Office's role in governing Cold War travel, and broadly interested in questions of security, surveillance and mobility. She can be reached by email or on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Pints With Aquinas
A Critique of Feminism w/ Dr Abigail Favale

Pints With Aquinas

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 173:38


Join Us on Locals (before we get banned on YT): https://mattfradd.locals.com/ Hallow: https://hallow.com/mattfradd Exodus90: https://exodus90.com/matt Order Abigail's Upcoming Book! https://amzn.to/3M6oBiH

Global Capitalism: Live Economic Update
Marxism: From Critique of Capitalism to Alternative System [May 2022]

Global Capitalism: Live Economic Update

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 62:00


In this lecture, Prof. Wolff will discuss the following: Rising US labor militancy: Amazon to Grinnell College Housing and stock market: bubbles and bursts French left unity: a model for the world? McConnell, GOP serve lenders, crush students with debt

Evidence & Answers
Episode 927 – Dr. Fazale Rana's Critique of William Lane Craig's Book entitled, “In The Quest of Historical Adam” Pt 2

Evidence & Answers

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 26:05


Who was Adam? A new book by premier Christian scholar Dr. William Lane Craig, In the Quest of Historical Adam has created quite a discussion in the Christian world. His […]

High Theory
Dissensus

High Theory

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 11:46


Kim talks with Gina about Jacques Rancière's concept of dissensus. Gina refers to several major works of philosophy including: Jacques Rancière's Dissensus Immanuel Kant's Critique of Judgement Jacques Derrida's The Truth In Painting Plato's Republic She also takes a small dig at Althusser, in the spirit of Rancière Gina is a PhD candidate at NYU and an amazing teacher. She studies medieval literature and critical theory. She loves Theodor Adorno and really really hates the dialectic. This week's image is an illuminated miniature from a 15th C manuscript held by the British Museum, depicting the “Debate for the Soul.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Evidence & Answers
Episode 926 – Dr. Fazale Rana's Critique of William Lane Craig's Book entitled, “In The Quest of Historical Adam” Pt 1

Evidence & Answers

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 26:10


Who was Adam? How do the homonids like Neanderthal man and Homo Heidelbergensis and homonins fit in? What kind of literature is Genesis, myth, history or both? These are some […]

Coffee with Comrades
Episode 165: "Toward an Anarchist Critique of Psychiatry"

Coffee with Comrades

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 65:49


Chris, a psychotherapist with sixteen years in the field, joins me to critique the psych profession. We explore the history of psychology and psychiatric coercion, the violence and carceral logic implicit in locking away the "insane." We discuss the ways in which neurotypicality is constructed to serve the hegemony of the ruling class. Chris and I examine the ways that capital and the state regiment our minds, cajoling, commanding, and controling. We also touch on the emerging concept of "mad liberation." It's a pretty wide-ranging conversation. I hope you enjoy it. Follow Chris on Mastadon. Support Coffee with Comrades on Patreon, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and visit our website. Pick up a Coffee with Comrades shirt or coffee mug at our official merch store. Coffee with Comrades is a proud member of the Channel Zero Network. Coffee with Comrades is an affiliate of the Firestorm Books & Café. Check out our reading recommendations! Our logo was designed by Nathanael Whale.

Les Nuits de France Culture
Heure de culture française - Peintres et critique, de Poussin à Baudelaire : Parties 3 et 4 (1ère diffusion : 31/10/1967 et 07/11/1967)

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 59:59


durée : 00:59:59 - Les Nuits de France Culture - Par Office national de radiodiffusion télévision française (ORTF) - Avec Bernard Teyssedre

@theorypleeb critical theory &philosophy
Both Sides Get Racism Wrong - Interview with Dr. Louis Dit-Sully

@theorypleeb critical theory &philosophy

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 192:27


Pleeb interviewed Dr. Louis Dit-Sully, author of Transcending Racial Divisions: Will You Stand By Me?Buy her book here https://www.amazon.com/Transcending-Racial-Divisions-Will-Stand/dp/1789041317Pleeb is doing everything for free. If you're grateful and want to help out go sub to www.patreon.com/TheDangerousMaybe

Furidashi Game Design Academy
65. Gameplay Loops & Emergent Narrative

Furidashi Game Design Academy

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 32:17


We do a deep dive into 2021's Loop Hero to talk about what games look like when they're less focused on combat and action and more on planning and control. What kinds of narratives emerge when you're not being force fed a story? Chillrant 11: A Critique of the Core Gameplay Loop The Core Game Design Loop Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/furidashi Twitter: https://twitter.com/furidashipod Lauryn: https://twitter.com/thelaurynash Nicholas: https://twitter.com/academicality

Schitt's and Giggles
Episode 7: S5, E7: A Whisper of Desire

Schitt's and Giggles

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 57:22


'Oh, uh, Joce wanted me to pick up uh, some of this. This organic applesauce. Organic. Listen to me! Who am I? Gwyneth Paltrow?'In our latest episode, Carla points out just how wrong her cohost is...a lot, Paul thinks there are certainly deleted scenes from this episode and perhaps a completely lost episode earlier in the series, and we promise to watch Cabaret before the next episode. Hide your granola from babies, practice your slide-n-hop, and join us for our discussion of the 7th episode of season 5, A Whisper of Desire!Consider supporting the show on PatreonFollow and interact with us on FacebookFollow us on InstagramTop 10 Rankings so far:Carla1. S2, Ep. 1: Finding David2. S1, Ep. 1: Our Cup Runneth Over3. S2, Ep. 13: Happy Anniversary4. S4, Ep. 6: Open Mic5. S3, Ep. 13: Grad Night6. S1, Ep. 13: Town For Sale7. S4, Ep. 9: The Olive Branch8. S1, Ep. 6: Wine And Roses9. S1, Ep. 2: The Drip10. S2, Ep. 2: Family DinnerPaul1. S1, Ep. 1: Our Cup Runneth Over2. S2, Ep 13: Happy Anniversary3. S2, Ep. 1: Finding David4. S3, Ep. 12: Friends & Family5. S3, Ep. 13: Grad Night6. S4, Ep. 13: Merry Christmas, Johnny Rose7. S1, Ep. 9: Carl's Funeral8. S1, Ep. 13: Town For Sale9. S4, Ep 6: Open Mic10. S3, Ep. 2: The Throuple

La gêne occasionnée
Episode 43 : Heat

La gêne occasionnée

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 91:47


Critique cinéma par François Bégaudeau du film "Heat" réalisé par Michael Mann. A Los Angeles, Neil Mac Cauley et sa bande viennent de braquer un transporteur de fonds. L'opération est une réussite à ceci près qu'elle se solde par un bain de sang. Ils sont alors repérés par la police, et pour leur ultime coup dans une banque située en centre-ville, ils font face à l'équipe du Lieutenant Vincent Hanna. 
 © 1995 – Warner Bros Musique : © Brian Eno - Force Marker

With Whit
Fashionistas, Whit & Tim, Critique the Met Gala 2022

With Whit

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 41:12


The Met Gala…the fashion event of the season!! LOL. I sound like Mrs. Whistledown. But, honestly. I love it so much and it was so fun to review. Timmy and I covered all of my top categories - Favorites, Undecided, Love But Not on Theme, and...Worst. Was Blake really the best? Was Kim on theme? Did Kendall WOW? Who was the coolest couple? We answered all of this and more. I recommend you follow us along on the interwebs! What was your fave look??? DM me. I want to discuss more.       This episode is brought to you by Vince Camuto, Sackville & Co, Kean Health, and Splendid Spoon.   Vince Camuto is a one-stop shop for wardrobe staples and occasion pieces that make every moment a chance to express your personal style. Head to vincecamuto.com/podcast and use promo code PODCAST for 20% off your next purchase.   Sackville & Co. is a female founded, design forward cannabis lifestyle brand, making products that beg to be displayed instead of stashed away. Use code WITHWHIT25 at checkout for 25% off your first purchase. Visit www.sackville.co for more information. Kean Health's Gut+ Microbiome Testing Kit is the perfect tool to give you the inside scoop of what's happening in your body. Stop guessing and start testing. Kean Health is offering 20% off with code WITH WHIT at keanhealth.com   Try Splendid Spoon today and take meal-planning off your plate. Just go to SplendidSpoon.com/withwhit for $50 off your first box when you subscribe to the Breakfast, Lunch and Reset plan, OR the Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Reset plan.   Produced by Dear Media

How'd It Happen Podcast
Be Myself - What Does That Mean? (#271)

How'd It Happen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 8:07


In this episode, I talk about the concept of being yourself. We hear it proclaimed how important it is to be yourself. But what if being yourself causes an issue for someone else?   do you always want the entire world to see the real you?  All of you, or just the parts that are the best? Is there a line?Please listen to the podcast, and let me know if you agree -- where is your line?If you like this episode and want to be the first to know when new ones are released? Make sure you subscribe! Also, a review will be much appreciated, so make sure you give us a 5-star (or whatever one makes the most sense to you).Connect with Mike:Website: https://mikemalatesta.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikemalatesta/ 

Radical Thoughts Podcast
The Indivisible Remainder

Radical Thoughts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 48:45


Andrew and Patrick discuss the Elvis of Philosophy's book on one of the obscure greats: Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling. We go a bit into Zizek's view of evil, the state, and riff a bit on 90s-to-early-2000s philosophical trends.SHOW NOTES:Peter Dews's Critique of Zizek's Schelling: The eclipse of coincidence: Lacan, Merleau‐Ponty and SchellingOur next read: Laclau's Emancipations

Les chemins de la philosophie
Pourquoi critique-t-on la société ?

Les chemins de la philosophie

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 4:06


durée : 00:04:06 - Le Pourquoi du comment : Philo - par : Frédéric Worms - Nous dépendons tous de cette société à laquelle nous voulons parfois, légitimement nous arracher.

Pardon My Arrogance
MOON KNIGHT

Pardon My Arrogance

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 15:36


MARVEL does it AGAIN!!!! THE SEASON FINALE OF MOONKNIGHT IS HERE!!!! SPOILER ALERTS ahead....ENJOY!!!

The Virtual Ocean
70. a lonely, polygonal existence: 98 waves by space magic

The Virtual Ocean

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 73:36


Every now and then, we enjoy going back to "old" vaporwave albums to live in ambiance of that time.Space Magic is a vaporwave artist from the golden era of vaporwave (in our opinion, 2011-2015). His album 98 'Waves is a collection of nostalgic spaces from various locales, both physical and digital, fashioning a nostalgia that can only be as focused and immersive as it is in the vaporwave space.This album brought some very specific vivid memories, and we enjoyed how it lulled us into them. We hope it does for you too.Let's set sail for SPACE MAGIC's 98 'Waves.New to The Virtual Ocean? Here's a bit more about our show:Vaporwave is an art aesthetic that embodies the anxiety, disillusionment, and nihilism of the modern world.In music form, vaporwave dives deep into these unconscious anxieties, manifesting sounds from past decades - warping them, manipulating them, and summoning the ghost of the good times that were promised by modern capitalism, but never came.Vaporwave is an expression of the pains of the collective modern unconscious, taking the form of heroin-level escapism, ecstasy-inducing pop music, or dystopian ambient worlds.Because of its internet-based nature, its aesthetics have evolved so rapidly, further reflecting the chaotic subconscious of the modern mind.Vaporwave captures the modern unconscious of humans raised by the internet succinctly and understanding this art form matters.In each episode, we listen to tracks that make up the genre and give our thoughts, analysis, emotions, and commentary on them. Consider donating to us! $thevirtualocean on CashApp will get you your name and any message you want read at the end of the show, starting episode 63. Let's set sail on the Virtual Ocean.

Dawson's Critique: A Dawson's Creek Podcast
Dawson's Critique Season 6, Episode 12—All The Right Moves

Dawson's Critique: A Dawson's Creek Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 99:40


Woof, you guys. What show or shows are we watching right now? First off, Jen's bangs. Secondly, what show is Pacey on because it's not Dawson's Creek? Third, Why does Joey want to help Eddie now that he ditched her and why are we doing a worse telling of the Pacey/Joey break up but with Joey and Eddie. And finally, why the fuck is Emma not all over Audrey? Who are these people and what did they do with the characters we love? Join us for this deep dive into the 90s teen drama Dawson's Creek! Thank you so much to Killya for our amazing theme song. Find them on Instagram @gofreakingcrazy Thank you to @camadeclub for our social media awesomeness. Thank you also to Andrew Bush, who helped guide us on how to do this from our houses. Find Erin on Instagram at @erin.hensley Find Julia on Twitter and Instagram @Pesty1079

L'After Foot
Lionel Charbonnier et Daniel Riolo auraient préféré Descamps dans le but nantais pour finir l'aventure en Coupe de France + Ceferin critique la Ligue 1...à juste titre ? – 03/05

L'After Foot

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 10:14


L'After foot, c'est LE show d'après-match et surtout la référence des fans de football depuis 15 ans ! Les rencontres se prolongent tous les soirs avec Gilbert Brisbois et Nicolas Jamain avec les réactions des joueurs et entraîneurs, les conférences de presse d'après-match et les débats animés entre supporters, experts de l'After et auditeurs. RMC est une radio généraliste, essentiellement axée sur l'actualité et sur l'interactivité avec les auditeurs, dans un format 100% parlé, inédit en France. La grille des programmes de RMC s'articule autour de rendez-vous phares comme Apolline Matin (6h-9h), les Grandes Gueules (9h-12h), Estelle Midi (12h-15h), Super Moscato Show (15h-18h), Rothen s'enflamme (18h-20h), l'After Foot (20h-minuit).

The God and Gigs Show
How To (Respectfully) Critique a Fellow Creative

The God and Gigs Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 13:18


It's something every creative deals with - but no creative enjoys. The harsh reality of creative life is that we must face criticism of our work, and that's hard enough. But perhaps even harder is the act of providing honest critiques of other artists in our circle - because we fear our words won't be received very well. So what do you do when you have to tell a fellow creative something they don't want to hear about their work? This question was raised in our God and Gigs 360 Gold membership during one of our Member Q&A calls, and so we responded with a breakdown of techniques to give honest feedback without  damaging a creative relationship. Want more tips like this? Check out God and Gigs 360 Gold for 30 days free at godandgigs.com/freetrial and you can get your most difficult questions like this answered in our community of highly motivated, faith-focused creatives! Wish you could transform your creative life from part-time hobby to full-time income?Find out how at our trainings on April 28 or May 5th! Register at godandgigs.com/fulltime!You'll learn how to overcome your fears , create a solid plan and finally fulfill your dream of doing your creative work for a living!godandgigs.com/fulltime

Boyce of Reason
s04e62 | A Catholic Critique of Liberalism, with Marc Barnes of New Polity

Boyce of Reason

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 117:19


Marc Barnes publishes New Polity podcast and journal, a site where "theocratic nut jobs" discuss the failures of Liberalism and what should come next through a Catholic lens. His work on Gender is especially insightful, but I've been digging his conversations on Tyranny and other relevant topics. Find more of @New Polity at https://newpolity.com and https://www.youtube.com/c/NewPolity1 Support this channel: https://www.paypal.me/benjaminboyce --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/calmversations/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/calmversations/support

Leftist Reading
Leftist Reading: On Practice and Contradiction Part 12

Leftist Reading

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 29:37


Episode 87:This week we're finishing On Practice and Contradiction by Mao ZedongThe two halves of the book are available online here:https://www.marxists.org/reference/archive/mao/selected-works/volume-1/mswv1_16.htmhttps://www.marxists.org/reference/archive/mao/selected-works/volume-1/mswv1_17.htmThe previous episode that already covered chapter 2 of this book can be found here:https://www.abnormalmapping.com/leftist-reading-rss/2020/8/31/guest-leftist-reading-oppose-book-worship[Part 1]1. A Single Spark Can Start a Prairie Fire[Bonus 1, from the archives]2. Oppose Book Worship[Part 2]3. On Practice: On the Relation between Knowledge and Practice, between Knowing and Doing[Part 3 - 6]4. On Contradiction [Part 6]5. Combat Liberalism6. The Chinese People Cannot Be Cowed by the Atom Bomb7. US Imperialism Is a Paper Tiger[Part 7]8. Concerning Stalin's Economic Problems of Socialism in the USSR9. Critique of Stalin's Economic Problems of Socialism in the USSR[Part 8]10. On the Correct Handling of Contradictions among the PeopleSection 1-2[Part 9]Section 3-8[Part 10]Section 9-1211. Where Do Correct Ideas Come From?[Part 11]12. Talk on Questions of Philosophy[Part 12 - This Week]12. Talk on Questions of PhilosophySecond Reading - 00:22Discussion - 24:55Footnotes:27) 00:34Ai Ssu-chti (c. 1910–66) was, at the time of his death, Vice-President of the Higher Party School. He was one of the Party's leading philosophical spokesmen, who had translated works on dialectical materialism from the Russian, and written many books and articles which aimed to make Marxism accessible to the masses. On 1 November 1964 he published an article in People's Daily attacking Yang Hsien-chen, the ‘bourgeois' philosopher Mao refers to earlier in this talk in connection with the principle of ‘two combining into one'.28) 03:54The metaphor of ‘dissecting a sparrow' is an applied theory and a work method to acquire knowledge and sum up experiences. Instead of attempting to generalize about a vast number of repetitions of a phenomenon, this work method advocates the in-depth analysis, thorough study and investigation of a prototype, and a summing-up experience through such analysis. The slogan is derived from the common saying, ‘while a sparrow is small, it contains all the vital organs'. Here, Mao makes the point that, in the broader international context, China as a whole is a microcosm of the problems of revolution in the world today.29) 05:27Leng Tzu-hsing discourses on the mansion of the Duke of Jung-kuo in chapter 2 of The Story of the Stone. The ‘Talisman for Officials' was a list of the rich and influential families in the area which the former novice from the Bottle-Gourd Temple said every official should carry in order to avoid offending them and thereby wrecking his career.30) 06:33For Comrade Mao's criticisms on this matter see ‘Letter Concerning the Dream of the Red Chamber' (Selected Works, vol. V, pp. 150–51), ‘On Criticising Longloumeng yuanjia' (Selected Works, vol. V, pp. 293–94). For Mao's criticism of Yü P'ing-po see ‘Letter Concerning the Study of the Dream of the Red Chamber', 16 October 1954, Selected Works, vol. V. Wang K'un-lun was Vice-Mayor of Peking in the 1950s.31) 06:36Ho Ch'i-fang (1911—), a lyric poet and powerful figure in the literary world, had defended Yü P'ing-po up to a point at the time of the campaign against him in 1954, saying that Yü was wrong in his interpretation of the Dream of the Red Chamber, but politically loyal. He himself came under attack at the time of the Great Leap Forward.32) 06:41Wu Shih-ch'ang's work on this subject has been translated into English: On ‘The Red Chamber Dream', Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1961.33) 07:01Mao's statement here concords with the views of Lu Hsün.34) 07:55The figures Mao gives here, as he shifts to the present and calls to mind the final showdown with the Kuomintang, are those at the beginning of the Anti-Japanese War rather than those at the beginning of the renewed civil war in 1946, when the People's Liberation Army had grown to at least half a million men.35) 09:28In January 1949, General Fu Tso-i, commanding the nationalist garrison in Peiping (as it was then called), surrendered the city without a fight to avoid useless destruction. He subsequently became Minister of Water Conservancy in the Peking government.36) 11:05The legendary Emperor Shen Nung is said to have taught the art of agriculture in the third millennium BC, and in particular to have discovered the medicinal properties of plants.37) 14:30The Lung Shan and Yang Shao cultures, located respectively in northeastern and north-western China, were the two most remarkable cultures of the neolithic period. As Mao indicates, they are particularly noted for their pottery.38) 16:18The book called the Chuang-tzu, which was probably composed only in part by the man of the same name who lived in the second half of the fourth century BC, is not only one of the classic texts of Taoism (with the Lao-tzu and the Book of Changes), but one of the greatest literary masterpieces in the history of China.39) 22:23Sakata Shiyouchi, a Japanese physicist from the University of Nagoya, holds that ‘elementary particles are a single, material, differentiated and limitless category which make up the natural order'. An article by him expounding these views was published in Red Flag in June 1965.40) 22:55Mao is apparently referring to a collection of essays published by Jen Chi-yü in 1963, and reprinted in 1973: Han Tang fo-chiao ssu-hsiang lun chi (Collected Essays on Buddhist Thought in the Han and T'ang Dynasties). In these studies, he quotes from Lenin at considerable length regarding dialectics.41) 23:06T'ang Yung-t'ung (1892–1964), whom Jen Chi-yü acknowledges as his teacher, was the leading historian of Buddhism, who had written on Chinese Buddhism under the Han, Wei, Chin, and Northern and Southern dynasties, on the history of Indian thought, etc. He was Dean of the Humanities at Peking University from 1948 until he fell ill in 1954.42) 23:24Under the influence of Ch'an Buddhism (better known under its Japanese name of Zen), Chinese philosophers of the Sung and Ming dynasties, of whom Chu Hsi (1130–1200) is the most famous, developed a synthesis between Confucianism and Buddhism in which a central role is played by the concept li (principle or reason), commonly known as Neo-Confucianism. For a Chinese view of the relations between these schools basically similar to Mao's, see Hou Wai-lu, A Short History of Chinese Philosophy, Peking, Foreign Languages Press, 1959, pp. 33–51. For an interpretation by a Western specialist, see H. G. Creel, Chinese Thought from Confucius to Mao Zedong, Chicago, University of Chicago Press, and London, Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1953, Ch. 10.43) 24:06Han Yü and Liu Tsung-yüan. Han Yü sought to recreate the simplicity of the classical period, while avoiding excessive archaism. The slogan about ‘learning from their ideas' quoted by Mao refers to this aim of seeking inspiration from the ancient Confucian sages, while avoiding outmoded forms of expression. He adopted a critical attitude towards Buddhism, but nonetheless borrowed some ideas from it. Liu Tsung-yüan, whom Mao calls here by his literary name of Liu Tzu-hou, was a close friend of Han Yü.44) 24:17Liu Tsung-yüan's essay T'ien Tui (Heaven Answers) undertook to answer the questions about the origin and nature of the universe raised by Ch'ü Yüan in his poem T'ien Wen (Heaven Asks). The latter is translated under the title ‘The Riddles' in Li Sao and Other Poems of Chu Yuan. It is, as Mao says, suggestive but extremely obscure.

The Dictionary
#C507 (critique to Crock-Pot)

The Dictionary

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 20:11


I read from critique to Crock-Pot.     The word of the episode is "crochet".     Merchandising! https://www.teepublic.com/user/spejampar     "The Dictionary - Letter A" on YouTube   "The Dictionary - Letter B" on YouTube   "The Dictionary - Letter C" on YouTube     Featured in a Top 10 Dictionary Podcasts list! https://blog.feedspot.com/dictionary_podcasts/     Backwards Talking on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmIujMwEDbgZUexyR90jaTEEVmAYcCzuq     dictionarypod@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/thedictionarypod/ https://twitter.com/dictionarypod https://www.instagram.com/dictionarypod/ https://www.patreon.com/spejampar 917-727-5757

Catholic Thinkers
Newmand and Kierkegaard by Ralph McInerny, Ph.D: 3. The Critique of Philosophy

Catholic Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 46:38


Recorded in 2003. We discuss the complementarity of John Henry Newman, a convert to Roman Catholicism from Oxford, and Soren Kierkegaard, a Danish Protestant, each of whom made fundamental contributions to our understanding of the relationship between faith and reason. This course examines their different theological approaches within their common intellectual context in the nineteenth century. catholicthinkers.org https://youtu.be/kWdHm_EIYaI

Revolutionary Left Radio
[BEST OF] The Fundamentals of Marxism: Intro to Political Economy

Revolutionary Left Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 86:59


[Originally released Feb 2021] In this episode of Red Menace, Alyson and Breht introduce the core concepts of Marxist political economy by an analysis of the history of political economy, core economic concepts within Marxism, and much more! Make sure to subscribe to Red Menace on your favorite podcast app, and leave us a positive review!    Outline for this episode with timestamps   Political Economy:   [5:00] Definition: Political economy as the study of economics as played out in reality. Economics in relation to society, production, culture, politics, etc. [12:28] History: Adam Smith's development of economics in the wealth of nations, alongside Mill's principles of political economy. [20:05] So what does Marxism have to do with political economy? [33:31] Critique of capitalist economics today The Details and Concepts   1) [35:30] the Means of Production and Productive Forces 2) [43:20] Class as a relation to Production 3) [47:00] Value, Use, and Exchange 4) [58:05] Surplus Value and Wages 5) [61:09] Money, Capital, and the M-C-M Cycle 6) [68:35] Commodity Fetishism Closing Questions   Questions: [74:43] Why does this matter? If Marxism is about revolution, what's the deal with all this abstract economic analysis?  [78:13] Marxian economics vs Marxism: what's the difference, is there an issue with the former? Support Rev Left Radio: https://www.patreon.com/RevLeftRadio

Grand bien vous fasse !
Le chat du rabbin du génial Joann Sfar et son esprit critique exemplaire

Grand bien vous fasse !

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 4:37


durée : 00:04:37 - L'ami.e du vendredi - par : Guillemette Odicino - Le chat du rabbin, personnage central de la série de BD du même nom de Joann Sfar, qui invite plus qu'aucun autre à penser au-delà des préjugés, à écouter le monde extérieur. Il personnifie avec brio cette relation si complice que beaucoup de personnes entretiennent avec leur animal de compagnie.

Semi-Pro Cycling Podcasts
Cycling Performance Club: Dr. Nicholas Jamnick- Down the rabbit hole of exercise intensity, Part 2 of 2

Semi-Pro Cycling Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 45:10


Welcome to The Cycling Performance Club Podcast! In this episode we continue our trip down the rabbit hole of exercise intensity with Dr. Nick Jamnick (part 2 of 2). Previously, we critically examined graded exercise tests, VO2max testing, lactate thresholds, and the usefulness of lactate testing. Herein, we dive deep into Nick's comprehensive review critiquing the common methods of determining and prescribing exercise intensity.This review evaluated different methods of prescribing intensity based on their ability to cause the distinct acute responses found in each of the physiologically defined exercise domains. The methods were categorised into three groups: maximal anchors (e.g. percentage of maximal heart rate or peak power), submaximal anchors (e.g. critical power, MLSS), and delta methods (e.g. heart rate reserve). Spoiler alert: Most of the methods examined did not fare well! So, continue with us down the exercise intensity rabbit hole to find out what methods survived the brutal scrutiny of Nick's review and why only a few methods out performed the rest. Did the method you use to determine intensity pass or fail? Guest panelist:Nicholas Jamnick, PhDResearchgate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Nicholas-JamnickLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nick-jamnick-8351a7a7/Twitter: @SportResearchExCo-hosts:Jason Boynton, Ph.D.boyntoncoaching.comCyrus Monkcyclistscientist.comProducer & co-host:Damian Rusesemiprocycling.comInstagram: @cyclingperformanceclubFacebook: @cyclingperformanceclubTwitter: @cyclingclubpodLinkedIn: The Cycling Performance Club PodcastReferences:An Examination and Critique of Current Methods to Determine Exercise Intensityhttps://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40279-020-01322-8Polarized training has greater impact on key endurance variables than threshold, high intensity, or high volume traininghttps://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fphys.2014.00033/full